Vixen is American Action TV series. Produced by Blue Ribbon Content. Stars: Megalyn Echikunwoke, Anika Noni Rose, Emily Bett Rickards. It debuted on Aug 25, 2015, on CW Seed. The series has 7.2 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Of Vixen Is There: 2 (12 episodes)
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Season premieres on October 13, 2016
Finale: November 18, 2016
CW Seed, 6 episodes
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Season premieres on August 25, 2015
Finale: September 29, 2015
CW Seed, 6 episodes
Vixen is on CW Seed (United States) Fridays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 6 (Episode 6) - Air Date: Nov 18, 2016 (3 years ago)
Watch Mariah Balenciaga Transform into a Super Foxy Silver Vixen - per Cosmopolitan
If you're hungry for more Mariah Balenciaga content (who was formerly known as Mariah Armani), you can check out old episodes of her TV debut on the third season of RuPaul's Drag Race. After she was eliminated in episode six, Mariah went on to be a mentor on the Drag Race spinoff show, RuPaul's Drag U for seasons 1 and 2.
The Vixen Adds Powerful Verse to RuPaul's 'American': Watch - according to Billboard
I’ve been protesting since the seventh gradeCause financial aid ain’t ever paidThey build prisons just to set us straightBut ain’t got the funds to come educateIt was a godsend way back thenI learn social studies from a black manWho was proud to tell me my historywas more than what this country done did to meSo fuck slave ships and assassinationsWe invented shit let’s get black to greatnessThis woke shit be exasperatingAnd y’all shrug it off like I’m exaggeratingFuck you expect from all this neglectwhen the day you’re born you treated as a threatAnd taught to live with the disrespectLike getting first place and treated second-bestThey move the finish line and say we overstepAnd y’all still don’t get it yetThey poke at us call it a testBitch, go have your cigarette
Drag Race star The Vixen reveals her sickening verse for RuPaul's American - by Gaytimes
Fortunately for us, The Vixen has now blessed us by dropping her own verse to accompany the song, calling it “the American verse you didn’t ask for” – and while we may not have asked for it, we’re so glad we got it.
Could Big Freedia Be Drake's Latest Video Vixen? - by Papermag
The legendary bounce artist, who was famously featured on Drizzy's "Nice For What," posted a picture to Instagram of her and Champagne Papi enjoying New Orleans. The image immediately prompted speculation as to whether she might appear in the video bounce anthem "In My Feelings," particularly because she was left out of the stellar lineup of stars appearing in the "Nice For What" video. And as if to quell any further doubt, Freedia's choice of hashtags really sealed the deal.